Ceramic and Repurposed Barnwood Plant Sprouter
by Phyllis Seidner
Three moon-like ceramic rounds ranging from 2.5 to 3″ in diameter are secured to a 17.25″ by 6.25″ rustic piece of repurposed barnwood. Each has an oval shaped opening at its top, ideal for encouraging plant cuttings, but also suited for the storage of small items like paintbrushes.
Phyllis Seidner is a New Jersey resident and artist. She has been an associate potter under the direction of WheatonArts resident potter, Terry Plasket, since 2006.
All her work is handcrafted on the pottery wheel in the WheatonArts Ceramic Studio. Phyllis' work features the beautiful glazes she creates using salt firing, reduction firing and wood firing. High firing in the kiln results in durable stoneware that is both functional and long lasting.